- Dec. 11, 2012 - DALLAS --
AmericaCNG has arranged funding for plans to build three (3) strategically located LNG processing plants in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico targeting the wholesale and resale markets. Plans call for development to begin in 2013. Each plant will produce between 7,500 to 40,000 Diesel Gallons Equivalent (DGE) per day of capacity, subject to current and future contractual commitments. According to Joseph Farley, Director of Business Development, “We see a need for LNG and CNG as another important supply fuel to the Oil & Gas industry and service providers. Producers and Suppliers of Oil & Gas are looking for ways to cut their fuel cost and by switching to Natural Gas for their rigs, frac units and fleets they can save millions of dollars each year.
AmericaCNG.Com,Inc along with their Strategic Alliance Partners(SAP)
can convert the trucks, the frac units and the drilling rigs to run off CNG. Thigpen Energy, one of our SAP, is a field service company that specializes in the installation and operation of natural gas fueling infrastructure, be it CNG, LNG or field gas. Gas safety equipment, crew safety training and fuel reconciliation are all part of the Thigpen Energy solution. By utilizing our LNG processing, storage and transportation capabilities we will be able to wholesale the fuel, plus transport the fuel to each well site, regasify it back to CNG, and sell it to drillers, suppliers, service companies and converted vehicles...”
We have the capability to turn around a project in about 180 days for the smaller units out in the field.
Another SAP is Alternative Gas Processing Inc.. They supply wellhead gas processing equipment for methane and NGL’s, portable LNG fuel skids, and LNG and CNG transportation modules. Methane and NGL recovery at the well head can be accomplished with no out of pocket expense to the producer in specific targeted areas.
We have also taken steps to create a wholesale market for LNG throughout the country. According to Joseph Farley the time delay on bringing large plants to market has been burdensome and economically challenging. AmericaCNG is now taking additional orders for 2013 and beyond from those companies desiring to purchase LNG and/or CNG in order to facilitate the growth and expansion of LNG in strategic locations.
Contact Mr. Farley at 214.377.1121 or email@example.com